The Editors suggest checking out the following links:
WSJ: How Netlog Leaps Language Barriers – Belgian social networking site uses smart coding structures and college kids to create sites in many different languages quickly instead of the slow, from scratch approach used by US networks
Straits Times: Beijing names Taiwanese spy hacker – “CHINA’S Global Times singled out alleged Taiwanese spy Lee Fang-rong … Mr Lee, said to be in his 20s, was accused of planting Trojan programs in computer systems of unnamed economic, military and diplomatic institutions to steal classified data.”
Shanghaiist: Facebook to enter China? What next? – Nice roundup of comments, including a link to Thomas Crampton, who quotes research showing that a very small percentage of Chinese websites have foreign outgoing links.